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The staff at this intimate eatery smoke and cure meat, create from-scratch condiments, and bake their own breads for a seasonally driven menu.
Tourterelle
The owners of Brooklyn’s Cocotte and LouLou make their mark in Vermont with country French cuisine prepared with local ingredients — and modern twists. Try the signature red curry bouillabaisse with saffron aioli. Sunday is brunch only.
This candlelit bistro has been a Sugarbush landmark since 1963. Ski in for some fondue, foie gras or caviar — plus a roaring fire.
Menus change regularly at this restaurant serving French farmhouse cuisine. Everything is made from scratch using local ingredients, from bacon to pasta.
Inside this airy restaurant, chef Robert Barral crafts French-inspired comfort food. Try his famous seafood stew of scallops, shrimp and mussels served over saffron risotto,then doused in lobster broth.
Leunig's Bistro & Café
The fare is French-inflected at this resto with great views of Church Street. The upstairs lounge has its own vibe and menu. Weekend brunch.
At this bistro, diners enjoy creative, seasonal French fare, such as bouillabaisse and steak frites. Yankee Magazine called it the “best chef-owned venue in Vermont.” Seasonal hours, so call ahead.
Eclectic items on the menu at this Hilton Hotel restaurant feature fresh, local ingredients. The bar serves up local craft brews, too.
Ingredients are fresh and local on Chef Henry Bronson's menu, from cannelloni stuffed with braised veal to braised rabbit over pappardelle. Bring home some of Dina Bronson's famous hot fudge or enjoy it on the house-baked profiteroles.
Parisian streetlights adorn the inside of this brasserie, where chef Frank Rhodes turns out French-inflected, seasonal dishes such as bouillabaisse and a steak tartare of local sirloin topped with a poached quail egg.
Chef Robert Barral's French fare comes to Waterbury in the form of housemade ricotta cavatelli and steak au poivre. For a more casual meal, try a thin-crust pizza or grassfed burger.
From June to September each year, chef Bernard Perillat leaves the mountains for this Lake Champlain restaurant. Specialties include filet tartare and bouillabaisse.
Nearly every table at this Wine Spectator award-winning restaurant overlooks Bromley Brook. Guests return year after year to celebrate birthdays and anniversaries over salmon cannelloni or Chateaubriand for two.
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